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Thursday, 06 December 2018

Preventing injuries: To s...

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Summer is well and truly here and it is time for us to get moving. This means more chances of injury. So how do we protect ourselves? It’s a common belief that a 5-10minute warm up protocol prior to an event will reduce our chances of having an injury. It…
Thursday, 06 December 2018

Tendinopathy or Tendiniti...

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There is wide spread confusion between the two terms and some health practitioners tend to throw these two words interchangeably. However there is a marked difference between the two and the approach that we use to treat it is vastly different. A tendinitis, with the prefix 'itis' infers that there…
Thursday, 08 November 2018

Improving Your Balance As...

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Improving your balance as you age Balance is a complicated thing. It involves information from our eyes, inner ears and nerve endings around our body in our joints and muscles all being co-ordinated by our brain to help us stay upright. We also need good muscle strength. As we age…
Thursday, 10 May 2018

Isnad Zaman ‘My Story...

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I have always enjoyed movement from a young age. I was never very strong or coordinated but I was very curious and loved exploring my environment. From youth, I participated in various forms of physical expression including basketball, rugby, sprinting, high jump and weightlifting. Trying to learn a new form…
Tuesday, 01 May 2018

Lower Back Pain – 10 re...

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Lower back pain can be very debilitating and the last thing you may want to do is move! However, movement is the key ingredient to expediting your recovery from and prevention of future bouts of lower back pain. Here’s 10 reasons why: Fear avoidance and guarding – lengthens healing process…
Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Muscle 'Knots' ...

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Does this sound like a familiar feeling ... “I can feel knots like little rocks sliding up and down in between my shoulder blades.”? In the land of Physiotherapy we we call there “myofascial trigger point” and they don't just exist in-between our shoulder blades. These 'knots' are rarely debilitating…
Monday, 30 October 2017

Sore after a workout? Cou...

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Many of our clients ask us 'why after two consecutive days of attending a Pilates Circuit class do I feel sore after the workout'? It is important to clarify what kind of soreness they are experiencing. Is it 'good pain' also know as muscle pain or 'bad pain' like an…
Sunday, 22 October 2017

Exercise After Pregnancy...

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So you pumped! Baby is here and although you're full of love for your new little family member you're starting to think about ways to get back to loving YOUR body, after all, it's been through quite a lot in the past 9 months! While I want to encourage all…
Sunday, 10 September 2017

What is my “Pelvic Floo...

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Following on from our blog about your pelvis you may be wondering about your pelvic floor. It’s all well and good for an instructor to say, “Lift your pelvic floor”. But how to you know what it is? One in three women suffer from incontinence or “leakage”. This is not…
Sunday, 27 August 2017

Pelvis Awareness - an ove...

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If you close your eyes, wherever you are, you can always tell in what position your arms and hands are as well as your legs and feet. Being aware of the positioning of different body parts, muscles and joints, is called proprioception. Our brain devotes a certain amount of attention…
Sunday, 06 November 2016

BPS Tensegrity: we are no...

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... 'you're not like normal Physios!' - says every BPS Tensegrity client! At BPS, we continually strive to be different from just your everyday Physiotherapy practice, it’s one of the reasons why we achieve such amazing results for our clients! While in conversation with a client regarding why our practice…
Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Physiotherapist - when mi...

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It never ceases to surprise me how many people are unaware of the benefits of seeing a Physiotherapist. Moving well is not just important for sport, moving well is a part of life, & unfortunately 'it's not a birth right'. In my opinion a great Physiotherapist is two things; Physiotherapist…
Thursday, 01 September 2016

Bonding With Baby...

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The words bonding with baby and attachment together, describe the beautiful and innate relationship that naturally exists between a parent and their child. It includes the deep non-verbal emotional communication between them. The creation of a secure attachment for the child is extremely important for his/her mental, physical, emotional, intellectual…
Monday, 11 July 2016

Foot Pain - A Physio &...

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Foot pain, its such a common complaint! With the Sutherland to Surf coming up, we thought we would put two great running minds together, BPS Tensegrity's very own James Wood (Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist) and Sports Podiatrist Ryan Quintano, to get the inside scoop on how to prevent and alleviate…
Sunday, 14 February 2016

Biopsychosocial Model of ...

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The biopsychosocial model (known as BPS) is an approach that understand the biological, psychological (including thoughts, emotions and behaviours) and social (socio-economic, socio-environmental and cultural) factors, all play a significant role in human health functioning. Anyone of these factors is not sufficient, it is the interplay between biological, psychology and…
Saturday, 16 January 2016

Shoulder Blade Pain...

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Shoulder Blade Pain can be caused by a variety of factors, some of which you can treat yourself and others which may need care from an experienced professional. The following article aims to help you differentiate between the two, teach you how to self treat and point you in the…
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